The price of cryptocurrencies continues to rise and that of bitcoin in particular jumped above $ 57,000 this Tuesday, according to a recent report from the online data portal Statista.
This latest price surge has pushed bitcoin’s market capitalization to $ 1.08 trillion. Other leading cryptocurrencies such as Ethereum, Binance Coin, Solana, Ripple and Dogecoin They have also seen significant gains in recent days.
There are currently more than 12,000 digital assets, although bitcoin is undoubtedly the undisputed market leader. Its current capitalization is more than double that of the next on the list, Ethereum, at $ 414,192 million, according to data shared by the CoinMarketCap page.
Bitcoin: Latin American cities with more ATMs
According to the database of the Coin ATM Radar website, there are only four ATMs where you can buy and sell bitcoins in The Savior, the first country in the world to give legal tender to a cryptocurrency, two of them in the capital city, San Salvador.
In a report collected by Statista, Colombia is listed as the Latin American country with the most widespread network of ATMs that operate with cryptocurrencies. Of the total of 50 ATMs of this type that currently exist in Colombian territory, 24 of them are located in Bogotá, while another seven are available in Medellín.
Puerto Rico is the second country with the most bitcoin ATMs in Latin America, with 29 locations in total, of which 11 are in the city of San Juan. Brazil follows in third place, with a total of 21 ATMs, nine of them located in São Paulo.
Meanwhile, in Mexico there are about 17 ‘crypto ATMs’, most located in Tijuana and Mexico City, which house six and five of these terminals, respectively.
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